What happens when your book is accepted for publication? What does an editor do and how do they do it? Will it feel like your high school English teacher has her red pen out, or will it be one of the most fruitful and fun collaborations of your life? Is your editor secretly laughing at your overuse of exclamation marks? (No!!!)
Alison Arnold will take you through the editorial process from start to finish and you can ask her any questions you like.Join us for this relaxed and informative evening of insight and knowledge gathering.
The event is brought to the writing community by Peninsula Writers Club https://peninsulawritersclub.com.au/
About our guest speaker:
Alison Arnold is an editor and writer, who spent many years in house before going freelance. She has edited many bestsellers and award-winners in her eighteen-year career, including Carole Wilkinson’s Dragonkeeper, Raimond Gaita’s After Romulus, and Graeme Simsion’s The Rosie Project. With Cath Crowley, she runs writing workshops for adults, and writing and wellness retreats. She has taught creative writing at RMIT and Federation University. She also occasionally writes for the Saturday Paper.
You can find out more about Alison here alisonarnold.com.au
$33 per head including: 1 x glass of beer, wine, bubbles or coffee/tea + scrummy platters for food to the table to share.
Bookings Essential / Limited seating available
Call Blue Mini Cafe 5981 2520 or BOOK NOW ONLINE
PS There may be author books for sale too so please bring cash